– The 200 Club of Mercer County Hosts Annual Luncheon on June 13th
to Spread Crime Reduction Message & Drive Membership
MERCER COUNTY, April 30 — The Annual 200 Club of Mercer County Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, June 13th, at the Mercer Oaks Golf Course Club House in West Windsor. It will feature US Attorney General Christopher J. Christie. Mr. Christie is in his fifth year as the chief federal law enforcement officer in New Jersey. His Office includes 139 attorneys with offices in Newark, Trenton and Camden.
Hopewell Township police officer, Christopher Kascik, will be honored with a Valor Award for rescuing the 17-year-old from the flooded Stony Brook last fall.
The luncheon is $40 per person, or $400 for table of 10. Attendees who apply for membership will get the luncheon as part of their application cost. Membership is $200 and is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. The 200 Club of Mercer County is a tax-exempt charity under section 501(c)(3). Corporate sponsorships are also encouraged and appreciated. To order tickets or make a donation, please send a check to: The 200 Club of Mercer County, P.O. Box 6755, Lawrenceville, NJ, 08648.
Mr. Christie’s office is responsible for the prosecution of federal criminal statutes for all of New Jersey, from acts of terrorism to public corruption, white-collar crime, organized crime and gang activities, internet-related crimes, drug importation through New Jersey ports, and many other criminal acts.
“We are excited to welcome New Jersey’s top law enforcement officer,” states Gregory Scozzari, President of the 200 Club of Mercer County. “With Christie’s tough stance on criminal activity, I believe there is a ground swell of support for the dedicated law enforcement, fire and rescue organizations in Mercer County. These groups play an integral role for our community’s security and safety”, Scozzari continues.
The 200 Club of Mercer County is one of several hundred associations nationwide dedicated to providing financial assistance to the families of our public safety and rescue personnel who are killed in the line of duty. This includes the police officers (state, county, and municipal), correction officers, fire fighters, and rescue squad technicians of Mercer County.
Established in 1979, The 200 Club of Mercer County has provided funds to a multitude of families including those of: West Windsor Police Lieutenant Keith Hillman; Trooper Thomas J. Hanratty, NJ State Police; Driver/Firefighter Brian Sutton Sr., Enterprise Fire Company; Corporal Stephen Levy, Washington Twp. PD; Trooper Christopher S. Scales, NJ State Police; Washington Twp. Firefighter Dennis Williams. The 200 Club has also supported organizations including: Local chapters of The American Red Cross, NJSP Museum honoring fallen Troopers, The Megan Kanka Foundation, and the NY/NJ Port Authority Police Widows Fund.
Becoming a member of the 200 Club of Mercer County will support an honorable cause at a time when the families of these dedicated and brave individuals need it most.
For more information, or to register for this important event, call Cathy Frank-White at 609-397-8528, or the 200 Club Hotline at 609-712.2012. To apply for membership in The 200 Club of Mercer County or register online, please visit www.mercer200club.org.